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Wednesday, March 01, 2006
When silence speaks just as loud
If one has come to expect high drama from the annual budget, the United Progressive Alliance Government's third budget presented by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram was singularly lacking in it. High growth is the big idea behind the exercise but ...
Leader Page Articles
From Eisenhower to Clinton to Bush
By Harish Khare
The India-U.S. relationship cannot easily graduate into a strategicjugalbandhiwithout all shades of Indian nationalism feeling comfortable with Washington's global agenda.
Was Bush speech a warning on separation?
By Siddharth Varadarajan
Relegating India to status of `recipient state' in the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership seen as pressure tactic.
ONLINE AND OFF LINE
For mature, strong bonds
That much used word is an understatement when describing the readers' response evoked by the appointment of the Readers' Editor for The Hindu ; the first in any Indian newspaper. There was an avalanche of letters a representative ...
Back to the villages in China
By Pallavi Aiyar
The Chinese Government last week announced an ambitious new rural policy that focusses less on indiscriminate growth and more on redistribution of resources and rebalancing of incomes.
Nuclear separation scenarios
By R. Ramachandran
The moot question is, whatever the plan, will it be acceptable to the U.S.
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